The storm forced many Texans to shelter with family or friends at a time when COVID-19 cases were on the decline in Texas.
As Gov. Abbott prepares for a statewide televised address on the blackouts, many wonder why they haven’t heard more from him before now. Rapid fallout from the blackout of 2021…
“They can’t drive. They’re immobile. A lot of them couldn’t even lift water out of their car even if they were to go get it.”
Forty percent of Texas nursing homes reported power outages, structure problems to the state.
The 1947 Texas City refinery disaster led to reforms in the handling of chemicals in the state.
Migrants share their stories of being seriously injured after falling off the border wall west of El Paso.
Some Hill Country residents have been without power for 10 days or more.
Here are some tips to navigate the registration system more easily.
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